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Doug:

The study you refer to by Rosenberg and Evans covers mostly the east
coast of Florida. Correct me if I'm wrong, but little work has been done
on the night migration flights of Neotropical passerines (especially
Catharus thrushes) along the Gulf Coast, especially in South-central and
Southwest Florida. Anyone else can feel free to jump in here. . . .

Good birding!

Vince Lucas
Naples
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